Microsoft is releasing the new Microsoft Mesh mixed reality platform today, and part of the announcement includes a brief demo: Pokemon go It runs on the HoloLens 2 headset. Niantic worked with Microsoft to create this proof-of-concept version. Pokemon go, Demonstrate what’s possible in the game in the future.
The demo is for HoloLens users Pokemon Feed your berries in the wild ahead of a typical gym battle with other players There is a menu that HoloLens users tap to access different parts. Pokemon go, However, Niantic emphasizes that it is not yet a dedicated app or ready for consumers.
“This demo is not intended for consumers, but it gives an early glimpse into the future evolution of both software and hardware,” said John Hanke, CEO and Founder of Niantic. “We just scratched the surface. We know a future that will be filled with significant achievements that will serve as waypoints in AR’s journey to become a life-changing computing platform.”
Hanke appeared on the stage of Microsoft’s virtual Ignite today as part of the company’s Mesh launch. Microsoft Mesh is a new mixed reality platform from software manufacturers for developers based on Azure. It’s a collaboration platform that allows anyone to share virtual experiences across a variety of devices, and Microsoft hopes to encourage developers to create more mixed reality apps.